Esther Burr (Edwards) (1732 - 1758) MP

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Birthplace: Northampton, MA, USA
Death: Died in Princeton, Mercer, NJ, USA
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About Esther Burr (Edwards)

Esther Edwards' line traces back to many notable New England families, including: Grace Winthrop, sister of Governor John Winthrop, a founder of Massachusetts; James Pierpont, a founder of Yale University; Thomas Hooker, a founder of the Connecticut Colony. Esther's father, Rev. Jonathan Edwards, was the leader of the Calvanist revival known as the "Great Awakening" in colonial Massachusetts. Rev. Edwards's most famous sermon was "Sinners at the Hands of An Angry God." -------------------- Esther Edwards' line traces back to many notable New England families, including: Grace Winthrop, sister of Governor John Winthrop, a founder of Massachusetts; James Pierpont, a founder of Yale University; Thomas Hooker, a founder of the Connecticut Colony. Esther's father, Rev. Jonathan Edwards, was the leader of the Calvanist revival known as the "Great Awakening" in colonial Massachusetts. Rev. Edwards's most famous sermon was "Sinners at the Hands of An Angry God."

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Esther Burr's Timeline

1732
February 13, 1732
Northampton, MA, USA
1750
1750
Age 17
1752
June 29, 1752
Age 20
Newark, NJ
1754
May 3, 1754
Age 22
Newark, Essex, NJ
1756
February 6, 1756
Age 23
Newark, Essex, New Jersey, United States
1758
April 7, 1758
Age 26
Princeton, Mercer, NJ, USA